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Montana Fly Company Flexi Girdle Bug - 6-Pack

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    From trout to steelhead, Montana Fly Company's Flexi Girdle Bug simply catches fish. Tie this beauty to the end of your line, cast it in a freestone river, and expect a catch in no time, especially when stoneflies are in the water column.

    • Imitates stonefly nymphs
    • Sold in packs of six
    • Item #MLC001M

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    [x2] 6, [x2] 8, [x2] 10
    Recommended Use
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    The Other San Juan Worm

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The girdle bug single-handedly sets back fly fishing 100 years. You might as well tie a piece of carpet to a hook, but this thing catches fish especially when tied as a dropper with a BB to get it down in the water column. As a dry, it fishes great during a heavy hatch where you are looking to cast something different enough to get the attention of a rising fish.

    The ever effective turd

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Girdle bugs are great. I fish them 2 ways. Primarily I use them as the top fly anytime I am double nymphing high or off color water, especially on larger rivers. This is heavy enough to get the flies down and ugly enough to attract attention. The other way I use these are under a terrestrial dry such as a large foam hopper.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Similiar to a pat's rubber legs pattern, this nymph is essential. A solid nymph to have year round and does well when the water is stumping you on what to throw out there. Toss this on behind a large stimulator/attractor pattern and let nature do the rest of the work.